Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome / Polycystic Ovarian Disease – A Rare Disease That Became Common

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome / Polycystic Ovarian Disease - A Rare Disease That Became Common

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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) /Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD) is a common disease that is affecting every other woman. This is not a disease for which we can blame the virus. This is the result of an unhealthy lifestyle and stress. Stress can cause
many other problems as well like heart disease, diabetes, etc. and PCOD/PCOS is one of them.

PCOD/PCOS is a hormonal disease that results in the enlargement of the ovaries and small cyst formation on the outer edges.

There are numerous visible symptoms to identify whether you have PCOD or not.

  1. Irregular period or no period
  2. Oily skin and acne
  3. Unwanted hair growth on various body parts
  4. Weight gain
  5. Thinning of hair
  6. Dark patches on the skin
  7. Infertility, depression, mood swings

I had irregular periods, acne and oily skin, weight gain, and thinning of hair when I was diagnosed with PCOD. I got rid of this after two and a half years. Before the diagnosis, I ignored my sudden weight gain, thinning of hair, and acne. That was my biggest mistake. I mistook all of this as the result of stress until I experienced irregular periods.

After that, I consulted many doctors, but in the end, I found an angelic doctor who cured my PCOD and right now I am the mother of a daughter who will turn a year old in the
coming month!

PCOD is maddening. You need to be very patient while undergoing treatment. Earlier, such a disease with varied symptoms was unheard of, but nowadays, medication to cure this disease is available. All you need to do is keep track of your health, and if you have any of the symptoms as above, then contact your Gynaec as soon as possible. Don’t rely on home remedies to cure this. Consult your doctor. Exercise, eat healthily, do yoga, meditate, and try not to take any stress.

Stay healthy. Stay safe!

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